Browsing Archive: February, 2013

What I Know 2-27-13

Posted by SAP Community Foundation on Wednesday, February 27, 2013,

I had a busy night last Thursday, jumping back and forth between two important neighborhood events, the Creative Enterprise Zone’s Give & Take and the second Transition Towns get-together. 

The Give & Take is basically an interactive opportunity to get to know the creative enterprises at work in the University Avenue area of our district. It was held at the University Enterprise Laboratories tucked back in the Westgate complex just west of 280. UEL is a collaborative resea...


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What I Know 2-20-13

Posted by SAP Community Foundation on Wednesday, February 20, 2013,

Let’s start with my apologies for the absence of my blog last week. I was out of town Wednesday and when I got back there was a lot going on and I just never got to even a belated version or word there wouldn’t be a blog. Consider it a mid-winter break…if you noticed. If you didn’t, skip to the next paragraph.

Remember those pinings for a good old-fashioned cold snap? I wasn’t up at 4 am or whenever it was we hit our coldest temp this morning, but I know it was bel...


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What I Know 2-6-13

Posted by SAP Community Foundation on Wednesday, February 6, 2013,

There was big news out of the Joy of the People soccer organization recently. They were awarded a grant for $80,000 from the U.S. Soccer Foundation toward the cost of an artificial soccer field to be constructed near the rec center at South StAP. They will still have to raise additional monies before they start but JOTP director, Ted Kroeten, has plans for making this the center of a longer-term plan including outdoor "futsal" courts, a sand court, a running and walking path ...


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Jon Schumacher - Executive Director Hi, I'm Jon Schumacher, the Executive Director of the Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation. The Foundation's role is to understand our community needs, bring people together to help find solutions and then support their implementation. I am the point person for that and the blog is my way of keeping my board and neighbors up-to-date on all that is happening around District 12.